Day: October 24, 2021

When He Says He Needs Time To Think About the Relationship

When He Says He Needs Time To Think About the Relationship – 7 Relationship Experts Share Their Best Tips + Insights

This is never a great time in the relationship. After all, if things were great, you would not need a break.

There are many reasons why this would be the case. He could fear being happy or having a relationship or simply wants to be with other people or wants to decide if you guys are a good fit.

What you need to do is define how you feel about the time. Do you agree, are you worried he will be with other people, or that you will lose him or what? What is your gut saying about his request?

Many times, woman want to make the guy into someone they are not. What does your gut say? Not your heart or hormones. Your gut…that’s right ladies, your gut.

I Like a Guy Who Is In a Relationship

I Like a Guy Who Is In a Relationship – 4 Relationship Experts Share Their Best Tips + Insights

It’s sad and unfortunate to like a guy who is already in another relationship but as they say, it is what it is. This guy is off limits and the sooner you come to terms with that the more likely you are to avoid a catastrophic mistake that will have a very negative impact on many lives including yours.

It’s interesting that how, as soon as we feel a strong attraction, we can easily forget the moral and ethical codes that would usually guide our decision making. You know that interfering in someone else’s relationship is wrong. But your emotional and physical attraction somehow overrides your rational thinking, possibly allowing you to engage in behavior that you would otherwise never consider.

So how to you get beyond this?

He Led Me On and Now Wants To Be Friends

He Led Me On and Now Wants To Be Friends – 9 Experts Share Their Best Tips + Insights

I regularly support and counsel women who have been involved intimately with men who may have good intentions initially, but then reach a point in the relationship where they communicate that they just want to be “just friends.” This assertion of wanting to be “just friends” after having been quite intimate and vulnerable may leave women feeling shocked, angry, and rageful.

At times during our work together, I hear the women desperate to change their former partners minds. They may feel hurt and abandoned, as well as rejected. Women may agree to be “just friends” with their former partners in hopes that their former partners may change their minds and want to reconcile with them.

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